Sunday, November 27, 2005


We ended up getting 3-4 inches of new snow on Friday. The city didn’t bother to plough the bike paths so I ventured to my favorite running trails and found the paths to be in decent shape – already packed down by walkers and runners. My legs continue to feel good and I made it another 10 miles. That gave me a solid 70 miles for the week on 7 runs. My shortest run was 8 miles with Scott, while my longest run was 13 miles.

The temps warmed up into the 40s today, so all our new snow is gone. The melted snow created a foggy, dreary day. I had thoughts of running either on the golf course or on my favorite trails again. However, once I started running I felt really good. I didn’t want to “waste” that feeling while slugging along a wet, sloppy, slow golf course or trail. After a mile with Bailey, I ran a 10 mile loop and probably averaged around 8:00 pace.

Susan asked who's Bailey. She's my sad "puppy".

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